Short Story Sunday 213: Number One Suspect [Part 3 – Mystery Month]

Check out Part 3 of Rachel Poli’s short story, Number One Suspect, from this post on her blog.

Rachel Poli

Short Story: "Number One Suspect" | Flash Fiction | Creative Writing | Mystery | RachelPoli.comDID YOU READ PART ONE AND PART TWO?

            George held open the door for Lilah as soon as they made it Prevalli’s Restaurant. Lilah walked in first and then stepped to the side to let George walk in front of her. She figured now would be a good time to let him handle all the talking.

“Hello, how are you?” the hostess greeted them right away.

“I’m doing well, how are you?” George replied with a polite smile.

“Great,” she said a little too enthusiastically in Lilah’s opinion. She picked up two menus and looked back up at George. “Table for two? Would you like a booth?”

“No, thank you. We’re not here to eat.” George declined. “Is your manager around?”

The hostess paused for a moment before she finally nodded her head. Her voice shaking she said, “Oh, sure. Let me… Just let me go get him.”

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